Uni-Top A306 at Dresden on Jul 20th 2015, dropped rudder servo access panel in flight
Last Update: July 24, 2015 / 09:51:31 GMT/Zulu time
A ground observer reported the part broke through the roof. Police was called and seized the part, which was further handed out to Germany's BFU.
The Aviation Herald inquired with the BFU on Monday Jul 20th 2015, on Jul 24th 2015 the BFU responded that the occurrence was rated an incident and is not being investigated by the BFU.
The aircraft had undergone maintenance to be converted to a freighter aircraft and was to be testflown after completion of the conversion.
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